Ian Poulter celebrated a Ryder Cup win with his baby, now he's off to college

The Postman took to social media to announce his son will be a Florida Gator. 

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Thu, 11 Nov 2021

Ian Poulter celebrated a Ryder Cup win with his baby, now he's off to college

There's a famous image of Ian Poulter celebrating one of his many Ryder Cup wins unlike any other on an airplane. 

It shows baby-faced Poulter with his bright blonde hair grinning from ear-to-ear alongside Paul Casey and Ryder Cup bestie Sergio Garcia. 

Inset, Poulter's son Luke naps on the seat with a signed flag of the European Ryder Cup team draped around him alongside the trophy itself. 

Now that little baby is all grown up and he's off to college. 

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Yes, Ian Poulter's son is off to college. 

Feel old yet? Me neither. 

Poulter, 45, shared the news on Twitter. 

Luke has signed to be a Florida Gator. 

The program has produced players like Billy Horschel and Camilo Villegas. 

There are quite a few PGA Tour players' children we will be keeping a close eye on in the coming years. 

John Daly's son, LJ, has just started college. 

He absolutely bombs it. 

Of course, we are also keeping tabs on Charlie Woods, son of Tiger, but he's only just starting his junior golf career.

The Postman is in Houston this week and has fond memories of this place. 

He famously defeated the United States' Beau Hossler in a playoff to seal a spot at the Masters in 2018. 

He's a proud man, but also a proud father. 

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